Five key recruiting nations’ crisis measures on international student recruitment compared and analysed

Across the nations usually regarded as the world leaders in higher education, recruitment of international students has become an increasingly essential enterprise, with global student flows providing both scholarly talent and crucial streams of income for Western universities. By halting or drastically reducing the scope for international travel, and its attractiveness, the coronavirus crisis presents a potential existential threat to this model. 
So how are some of the leading nations in international student recruitment trying to maintain their attractiveness and weather the impact of the crisis? Which nations might be best placed to rise to the top in an even more intensely competitive global race set off by the pandemic?

Read more : Paul Basken : Times Higher Education : 18 June 2020